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Scary New Details About The Man Who Murdered His Ex-Girlfriend On Facebook Live After Telling Her He Was Going To 'Make Her Famous'

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Scary New Details About The Man Who Murdered A Mother Of Three On Facebook Live

The video has been removed by Facebook — but thousands of people have viewed it on YouTube.

A Louisiana woman was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend while streaming live on Facebook Thursday morning, police confirm.

Rannita Williams, 27, was speaking to an online audience when she was murdered by Johnathan Robinson, 36, and her last words were probably heard by viewers.

Williams, who was called NuNu by friends and family, began her Facebook Live session greeting her audience before Robinson can be heard in the background spewing profanities.

"Everybody wanna be famous. I'm gonna make you famous," the man said. He mentions fame a few more times while waving his arms around the mother of three.

Robinson then swung open a door and fired four shots in a row followed by a pause and then two more shots, KTBS reports. One appeared to have been aimed at the ground.

“Stop Johnathan!” pleaded Williams as she dropped her phone.

The phone landed on the floor with the camera facing straight up toward an air vent on the ceiling. Robinson can be seen aiming a gun.

"Now, b****, game over," the man said. "Game over, b****.”

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The video has since been removed from Facebook, but clips of it can be found on YouTube. 

It still remains unclear why Robinson reportedly shot his ex-girlfriend.

According to Shreveport Times, Robinson remained inside the house for about 80 minutes. He barricaded himself in the home and held William’s hostage while he waited for police to show up, authorities said.

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Police arrived at the scene at 10:53 a.m. after a report of shots fired. KTBS reports that there were 41 police units and seven EMS units at the scene at one point.

Robinson shot at the police at 10:55 a.m. and injured one Shreveport officer, Cpl. Robert Entrekin, before he surrendered, authorities said. Police did not return fire.

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Williams suffered life-threatening injuries and was rushed to University Health Hospital where she later died.

"I love her to death," Williams’ cousin, Trina Williams, told Shreveport Times. "I wish it was me instead of her."

Williams left behind three children.

“She loved her kids and her kids, when they find out that’s the hardest part of the whole thing. When the kids find out," said Sharon Brown, Williams’ aunt.

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Not long after Robinson was booked into the Shreveport County Jail, he broke a pipe and flooded his cell. The suspected shooter was then transferred to Caddo Correctional Center, Shreveport Police Department spokesman Cpl. Marcus Hines.

This is not the first time Robinson has been charged with a crime.

In 2015, he was arrested on domestic abuse charges when he ran a different girlfriend off the road and beat her.

According to KTBS, Robinson has also faced second-degree murder, assault, armed robbery and drug charges in the past.

Robinson is being held at Caddo Correctional Center on one count of second-degree murder, one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, two counts of simple criminal damage to property. Seven counts of attempted first-degree murder were added to his list of offenses late Friday night, Shreveport Times writes.

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